Contestants have moments with their loved ones; after a wild tribal council, the 12th person is sent to the Edge of Extinction.
One castaway plays double agent and goes undercover to infiltrate a group they want to vote out. One player who has been playing it cool finally goes to work to search for an idol.
Alliances may crumble after a tribal blindside, and an undercover operation escalates to new heights. Also, there's another brutal challenge on Edge of Extinction.
In a crucial immunity challenge, the remaining seven castaways make their final push towards the $2 million prize, on the penultimate two-hour episode.
Winners battle it out, but only one will be crowned Sole Survivor and take home the $2 million prize. Also, after living on the Edge of Extinction for a long time, castaways dig deep for a shot to get back in the game.
Eighteen new castaways begin their battle for $1 million and title of Sole Survivor, on the special two-hour season premiere of SURVIVOR 41
Immunity challenges get interesting when a new idol is introduced that has a special twist.
Castaways stumble upon a sneaky advantage that comes at a great risk. Also, truth is tested amongst castaways as mistakes are made.
Two castaways strategize a risky move during the immunity challenge, and another castaway does what it takes to earn a tribemate's trust.
Ua, the tribe of only three castaways, competes to win the immunity challenge to save them from becoming a tribe of two. Also, friendships are put to the test when castaways from different tribes take a journey together.
For 12 days, the Luvu tribe has avoided going to tribal council, but now that the three tribes have merged, their alliances will be tested. Also, there's a new twist when it comes to the merge.
Matt Van Wagenen
Plotting and scheming in paradise for $1,000,000.
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